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>> good morning everyone. i am patly ann brown. >> this is thursday february 28th. thank you for watching fox and friends first. >> an historic day at the vatic vatican. you are looking live at saint peert's square. -- peters square. >> he will be the first pope in 600 years to resign. amy is live with more for us. >> it is the 28th day of february the last day of pope benedict xvi papacy. he is saying good-bye to those he worked with for so many years for decades some of them. they are in apostolic palace.
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it is 11:00 in the morning on another sunny day. they will have a lunch together and at 5:00 this afternoon the pope will be air lifted out of the vatican. he will be choppered to the summer residence for popes and he will spend a few months there until his permanent quarters in the vatican are fully refurbished. he will be living in a monastery with a small group of his trusted aids and nuns who have been with him through out his time here in the vatican. now yesterday of course was the last day -- the last time we got to hear a general audience from pope benedict xvi. it was outside saint peters on the square because there were so many people who wanted to be there. a lot of people are continuing to rehash the speech that he made many saying it was so unusual in that it was terribly personal he spoke about his decision to step down from the post and he talked about the
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gravity of that decision and the novelty of it. we talked with the archbishop of westminster from england and here's what he had to say about the peeps last remarks. >> no matter what happens, the lord is there and his faith, benedict's faith and our faith will not be shaken. >> that was a reference to what the pope said about how there had been good times and types of joy and there were times that were stormy. times when he felt god was not with him or god was sleeping. however he felt ultimately he had the support of god through the years and is hoping that that will be a message to everyone to not bane done ship in terms of staying with your faith. pope benedict xvi dramatic in
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that you may not see him after today after he goes into seclusion as he is talking about doing. now to your 5@5:00. the top five stories making news at this hour. obama administration aid threaten the country's most respected journalist. famed watergate reporter bob woodward challenged president obama on the looming sequester saying he's trying to rewrite history about whose idea it was and trying to move the goal post for tax hikes. here's what woodward said an aid e-mailed him. >> says, you know i think you will regret staking out that coin. >> they deny woodward was threatened. we will have more at the bottom of the hour. >> he was sworn in after the
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confirmation night. in his first speech he said the u.s. should not lead by example. >> i have always believed that america's role in the world is one that we have had variations of this through out history. it has been one that should engage the world. we p can't dictate to the world but we must engage to the world. >> all but four republicans voted gents hagel worried about how they would deal with israel and iran. a tv news aping core woman about a missing person's square family members contacted police early on wednesday. they may be increasingly concerned about the welfare. keyt is in santa barbara, california. he released thousands classified documents to wikileaks for our
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brave men and women fighting ore seas. according to a prepared statement it is an tame president to support military and foreign policy. they included aiding the enemy it could be life behind bars. >> you may remember the voice but not the face. the e*trade baby commercials is getting his own late night comedy show. >> i am on a red eye back from a bachelor party with my buddy mike. he's a terrible, terrible dancer. hey, mike. >> hey, dude. >> that's how he dances. >> they are cute. bps says it ordered a 4 week run of the series starring pete holmes the half hour show set to premiere in the fall will air after conan four nights a week. that's your 5@5:00. >> just one day to go before automatic spending cuts are implemented. president obama trying to
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down-play the doomsday scenario he was warning of if no deal is reached to stop the sequestration. peter doocy is live with more. >> you are right. tomorrow is the deadline to either make a deal or see the automatic cuts and the rate of spending growth again there won't be any kind of a meeting or negotiating sessions today because the president invited congressional leaders over to the white house to talk tomorrow. the likelihood of sequestration continues to rise and president obama is trying now to calm the american public down. >> unless your business is directly related to the defense department, unless you live in a town that is directly impacted by military installation, unless you are a family that now is trying to figure out where to keep your kids during the day because you just lost a head
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start slot, a lot of people may not notice the full impact of this sequester, but this is going to be a big hit on the economy. >> white house officials keep saying the president presented speaker of the house john boehner with a plan to reduce the deficit two full months ago whack in september. they are fighting back saying the president is more concerned with campaign style events than compromise. >> this is like a road show president. he is more interested in keeping the campaign going, going around the country and you have got to decide either he wants to be president of a political party or he wants to be president of the united states and actually lead in the process and work toward some type of solution. >> they have been saying for weeks presidethe president got increases he wants. there are no indications they
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plan to agree to new tax revenues again in the next day to avoid sequestration. patti ann? >> peter doocy, live in washington thank you. >> sticking with this topic let's take a look at who is talking this morning. this morning it is rudy giuliani blasting president obama and democrats for quote frauding the american people. >> if you can't cut somewhere between 1.2 and 2.2 percent from any federal program you should be fired for not being able to figure out how to run an efficient program. we get caught in this, too. we are not cutting, we are cutting additional spending. so this would be like saying i have a job for 100,000 dollars. i take that home to my family. my boss tells me i have got 110,000 dollar raise this year. all of a sudden he comes to me and says no it won't be 110,000 it will be 107,000 dollar raise. 107,000 dollar raise. you mean based on that i have to put my kid out of school i can
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have no food i have to get rid of my car? that's a great analogy but it's totally absurd. where the americ-- why the amere can't see through this this is fraud what they are present to go the american people is fraud. now to an extreme weather alert. a massive snowstorm is being blamed for 6 deaths in kansas. the storm started monday in oklahoma and texas. it is slowly making its way to the northeast. >> if you are traveling airlines canceled 500 flights yesterday and more are expected in the coming days. janice dean has been following the storm for us. what can you tell the folks at home that are traveling? >> conditions are improving but we might still see delays across the midwest and the great lakes and the northeast. this storm is still with us. it started on monday. really historic in terms of the amount of snow we had hurricane force wind gusts 84 mile per hour winds across amarillo,
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texas. the storm still lingering across the great lakes bringing snow and potential for wind. ad if you are traveling or picking someone up at the airport. you will still see the snow. still looking at the lingering snow shower activity eye long the coast it is enough to cause delays at the airport. there are cancellations but certainly call ahead. the next big story is the extreme cold as far south of florida. temperatures into the 50s. dallas 37, 45 in new york. it is colder in dallas than new york and the freezing mark for many. it is the count down to spring
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20 more days until we get there. >> maybe we will get a little cloth that says count down to spring. >> it is time to brew on this. here's what we would like you to brew on today. is success something you are born with or something you learn? 86 percent of americans say it's because of the choices and decisions they made. >> that bring us to today's brew on this question. what made you successful? >> send your comments over to us you can tweet them to us at fox friends first " -- >> frightening numbers you might want to hear before you get behind the wheel this morning. apparently it is true.
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>> quarter after the hour. here's what you missed while you were sleeping. he stole the show from president obama at the national prayer breakfast breakfast. dr. ben carson will be one of the headline speakers at the 40th annual political conservative action conference or cpac next month. he highlighted faults with obama care political correctness and the president aesz tech policy. jack lieu is confirmed as treasury secretary. he takes over for sympathy geithner as automatic spending cuts are about to take effect. lieu faced chris sichl at
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citigroup including taking a bonus one day before a $301 billion bailout. >> thank you patti ann. stories you can bank on this morning. a stern warning from fitch credit rating agency about america's growing debt. lauren simonetti joins us with all of the details. wish i could start on a positive note it effects all americans it effects the interest rates, right? >> interest rates and the country's borrowing limits. they are warning automatic spending cuts that take effect tomorrow would not trigger a u.s. trade downgrade but a failure to raids a country's debt limit as you can see keeps growing that would. after the seek quest tor comes tomorrow the government shoulding shut down. they are reaching the debt ceiling may 19th a long-term agreement on raiding that $16 trillion debt limit is the lynch pin to the u.s. keeping
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the top-notch credit rating and a few years ago it happened standard and poors downgraded us. moody has a lower outlook. >> how concerned should we be? >> over the debt limit more so than a seek questor. we are going to be talking about this. we will be talking about the debt limit. it is monday nop liesing our discussion. >> on a happier note some companies are allowing you to bring your pets to work. >> many people are going to love this. it's a way to reduce stress in the workplace. bring fido or whatever a dog or pet is called. employers and employees are acknowledging benefits of allowing pets in the workplace. there's a virginia commonwealth university study that says employees who bring their dogs to work produced lower levels of the stress causing hormone cortisol. that's because dogs force us to do relaxing. they make us happy.
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the centers for disease control and prevention also note that pets can decrease their blood pressure as well as cholesterol level. there are good benefits in the workplace. >> love to see little krirts running around. >> thanks so much. good to see you this morning. traes 18 after the top of the hour. coming up next a 9-year-old being hailed a hero for quick thinking. >> i pushed people down the steps so they could get down faster. >> how she saved her neighbor's life. are you looking to get ahead on your mortgage? of course you are. vera gibbons is here with tips to make your money go even further. [ dylan ] this is one way to keep your underwear clean.
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oh oo this is a fox news lart. you are looking live at vatican city right now where pope benedict xvi is greeting the cardinals for the final time before he retires later today. around 5:00 p.m. eastern time today the pope will leave the vatican gardens for his final time. >> patti ann? >> if you can't wait to be done paying your mortgage listen up we have ways to cut down how much you can pay or how you can pay it down faster. joining us is expert vera gibbons. a oo slam dunk answer. >> we have millions of credit worthy americans who actually should but haven't for one reason or another. you will see how much you should
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save and how it might inspire you to take action. >> couple year's tax returns pay stubs investment income you have got to be able to show it all. if you look at the savings. >> you might get off the fence. >> shorten your loan's time frame. man gee go from a 30 year to 20-year to 15 year people are on a tight budget rates are so low your monthly mortgage payment is not going to be all that muhire. that's something to consider if you want to shorten your frame and pay less in interest. >> pay lessover all. oo monthly payment is the same? >> about the same. >> switch to by weekly payments. >> this is another strategy. if you make half of your monthly payments every three weeks you chop almost 6 years off a 30 year mortgage and safe tens of thousands over the loan. they will charge you a one-time set up fee about $250 perhaps.
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this is something to consider if you don't necessarily want to do a refy. >> you can make a lump sum payment if you come into money. >> maybe you came into money unexpectedly you can pay a portion or some of that or all of that. even though a one-time payment 5,000 dollars on a fixed rate mortgage 225,000 dollars is going to save you more than 13,000 in interest and reduce your payment term by 15 months. >> also something important to remember if you are just buying. every little bit you can scrounge up to put toward the down payment. >> even if you roundup your payments. if your monthly mortgage payment is 95343 you put in 517 you payoff your debt 2 years and 5 months early. roundup calculator at >> that is tip number 5 is round it up. >> if you have spare change sitting around extra dollars round it up and see that.
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>> sometimes you are not allowed. you have to ask. >> ask your lender what your options are. >> 25 after the hour. coming up, she got an f for refusing to recite the mexican pledge of allegiance in class. she is giving her school a lesson in the american legal system. we head back to the latest on the pope's farewell. right now she is saying good-bye to the cardinal. we will have latest. ♪ [ male announcer ] you've reached the age where you don't back down from a challenge. this is the age of knowing how to make things happen. sowhy let erectile dysfunction get in your way? talk to your doctor about viagra. 20 million men already have. ask your doctor if your heart is healthy enough for sex.
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>> good morning. you are watching "fox & friends first". >> i am ainsley earhardt. >> i am patti ann browne. it is 29 minutes after the hour. fox news alert boep benedi pope benedict xvi spending his last few hours as pope now. >> amy kellogg is live with all of the details for us. >> good morning, amy. >> good morning. this is something unusual. we don't see popes say good-bye. this is a first at least in many centuries. it may be setting a precedent. we don't know if this will
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become the norm. we don't know in it will be the norm to step down and say good-bye to the princes of the church the cardinals. he said the church is a living entity and that it does ee and transform and at the heart it stays the same. he l lunch and a little rest. he will go to the summer residents built on the ground of destroyed roman ruins of an old roman castle and is quite beautiful with stap stories and gardens. he will remain there with his household staff and trusted personal secretary. they will be protecting him up to the end of his pontificate.
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lart on this evening he will depart the castle and at that point he will be protected by vatican police. i am sure the meetings are very moving for all involved. we know he was loved by many appreciated for his scholar and intellect. he is a sensitive generous individual. we may not see him again. that is another reason this is moving he wants to spend out his final days in prayer and reflection and seclusion. >> there's a white house a highly respected reporter bob woodward he wrote an article criticizing president obama on sequestration. doug luzader is live with more. >> this is the last thing the white house wants right now is tangle with one of the best known political reporters in the country the "washington post" bob woodward. he claims this looming sequestor deadline was actually the idea
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of the white house and the white house was in his words moving the goal post on republicans by demanding tax hikes now rather than just spending cuts. woodward told poll lit co evenor white house officials yelled at him on the phone for 30 minutes and sent an ominous e-mail. >> you are focusing on the few specific trees that gives a very wrong impression of the forest. but perhaps we will just not see eye to eye here. he says, too, i think you will regret steaking out that claim. >> here is the response from the white house. quote, of course no threat was intended as mr. woodward noted the e-mail was sent to apologize for voices being raised in the previous conversation. the note suggested mr. woodward would regret the observation he made regarding a sequester. he responded to the aid's e-mail in a friendly matter.
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the attack on woodward did not stop there. former white house senior advisor suggested that woodward was parst his prime tweeting ths watching woodward's last two-days is imagining my idol mike smith facing live pitching again perfection once gained is railly repeated. he is carefully managing expectations regarding the seek que -- sequester. it may be weeks or months before people feel an impact. be insure to watch hannity because he will be talking about the story. one day to go before spending cuts are implemented. and president obama is now trying to down-play the doomsday scenario he was warning of if no deal is reached by tomorrow. >> a lot of people may not
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notice the full impact of the s sequester, but this is going to be a big hit on the economy. >> many republicans are outraged that the president does not seem focused on holding serious talks with congressional leaders. >> this is like a road show president. he's more interested in keeping the campaign going, going around the country. >> president obama has been blaming the. about the seek station even though the white house created it. >> medicare gave $5.1 billion in taxpayer money to nursing homes across the country providing the poor care. that's a finding from the report of the department of health and human services inspector general. the reports say one out of every three patients in 2009 entered a nursing home that didn't follow the requirements often resulting in dangerous and neglectful
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position. >> a teachstudent claims her sp teacher gave her a failing grade for refusing to recite the mexican pledge of allegiance. here she is talking about the assignment. >> i felt in my heart i knew it was wrong. this is an american. this is unconstitutional. nobody should be doing that in the united states. >> the suit claims school officials violated brenda's constitutional rights. >> the biggest study yet is genetics and mental health has come up with a stunning result. the five most common mental illnesses autism, add, bipolar disease, schizophrenia and major depression all have a common genetic root. the findings may lead to a complete rewrite of the medical understanding of the causes of mental illnesses and possible new treatment. a 9-year-old girl from new jersey is being hails as a hero
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for her bravery. she helped her friends and familiar lis scape a fire that burned down their entire apartment building. >> i knocked on people's doors and i pushed people down the steps so they can get down faster. >> i didn't want all of fliendz to get hurt and everything. >> i went to her and hugged her and said it would be okay. thank you for saving all of us. >> thank you to nicole everyone made it out alive and in one piece. that is your 5@5:30. >> now to an extreme weather alert the massive stonowstorm i the midwest is heading east and could cause major problems. it started on monday and texas and dumped several inches in some places several feet of snow in some places. at least 6 deaths in kansas are being blamed for that bad weather. >> hundreds of flights have been canceled that number is expected to rise in the coming days. for more on what we can expect and when let's head to janice dean.
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>> we are seeing snow across our country close to 50 percent of the u.s. is covered in snow. ultimately it is a good news story especially across the central plains where we have extreme to exceptional drought. you can see from the last storm system dumping a foot or more and we had another storm just a week ago. you can see we have the snow covering north texas all of the way up to kansas and missouri and moving in towards main. still lingering this storm system across the great lakes where we are going to see scattered snow showers, breezy conditions and some rain along the immediate coast. we are seeing unsettled weather across the northwest. don't want to forget you. upper-level low spinning the counter clockwise motion. the snow flying across the great lakes ohio river valley in towards the interior northeast along the coast mainly a rain event. i want to point out the next big story will be the extreme drop in temperatures where we are going to see the 50s in florida,
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50 to 20 degrees below average much of the country on saturday around the freezing mark. look at kansas city 35 for you. new york 45. 26 in cleveland. receive a warm-up across the west. again that cold weather is going to settle as far south in florida. some of the computer models are suggesting early next week. patti ann and ainsley we could have another nor' easter hit us across the northeast. we will keep you posted and count down to spring tomorrow is march, 20 more days until the official start of spring. back to you. >> in the meantime we might get more punishment. i wish you would be wroveng. you have a good track record. >> we will keep you posted. a lot of people have plans next week. >> all right janice, thank you. time now for the starting lineup. top sports stories. chiefs scored quarterback alex smith. multiple reports say the 49ers traded him for two graft picks. the former number one overall
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pick lost the job to cafr nick over a concussion. they are expect to do release matt castle. steven curie on fire at madison square gardens scoring 54 points against the nicks. that is an nba season high. the nicks eeked out a 1090105 western. the shot was a dud but the call was even worse. >> baseline. >> wow! wow! a baseline for three. >> wizards announcer totally blowing that call saying the air ball was a game winning shot. the pistons con 96 to 95. oops. >> the time right now 39 after the hour. spending millions of dollars gets big conferences. gets who gets the tab? you the taxpayer. >> frightening new numbers you want to hear before you get behind the wheel this morning.
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>> a fox news alert. look at this. a live look right now from vatican city. the pope saying good-bye to the cardinals before heading into retirement. benedict urged his team to work in unity and said he would pray for them in coming days and in weeks as they were there choosing his successor. later this morning the pope will leave the palace for the last time as the pontiff and then fly to the papal retreat. patti ann? >> remember that lavish 800,000 dollar las vegas conference held by the general services administration? if that made you angry, hold on to your hat. that is far from unusual for government conferences. fox business network diane macedo has the story. >> hi patti ann. a new congressional report says taxpayers picked up the tab for
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894 conferences in 2012 to the tune of $340 million and that only covers those conferences that cost at least 100,000 dollars. the total figure is likely higher. those in conjunction with the house over site and government freerm committee also shows some agencies are far more fond than their convictions than others. the labor department for example held four big ticket conferences last year keeping the bill under $1 million even the gsa would cut back held only 3. the defense department the biggest department in dc held nearly 300 conferences at a cost of $89 million. the department of veteran affairs held 127 at a cost of 72.7 million the justice department held 107 at a cost of 58.7 million and health of human services held 140 at a cost of $56.1 million. one example of what that money goes to? the va spent 52,000 dollars to
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produce a video parody of the movie patton. government cuts are expect to do kick in tomorrow. some claim washington could snowfall set the impact by tripling waste with hires government studies and conferences. you can expect to hear more about this report. diane, thank you so much. the time right now 45 after the hour. next on the rundown a warning for pregnant woman about c-sections and possible future health problems for the babies. >> she is being accused of being the biggest backstage diva at the oscars. s michael joins us to shine the light on who it is. >> first let's see what's coming up on "fox & friends." >> i want to know now. >> it's a tease. >> a very good one. plus fox and friends kicking off about 15 minutes from now. we will see the latest on the pope's last day. also bob woodward one of the most famous and powerful
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>> we span the globe this morning. first north korea where there is a first hash tag pyongyang giving a peak into north korea thanks to real time tweets. the country enabling 3 g access for any foreigner there for the first time ever.
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photos from reporter going viral thanks to twitter and insta gram. coffee growers went on strike earlier this week protesting what they say is a lack of financial support for their government during a tough time when bad weather calls for bad crops. a memorial service was held to remember those 19 that were lost in tuesday's hot air balloon trash kra-vp crash. patti ann? >> a sobering statistic about the dangers on the road. for the first time in 7 years the national safety council says debt in the u.s. went up 5 percent in the first six months of 2012. the numbers are even worse for teen drivers. the highway death rate for those 16 and 17 went up 19 percent. pregnant woman listen up a new study found babies born by krshg section five times more likely to suffer from allergies.
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researchers believe they are less vulnerable by avoiding the journey through the birth canal. >> thanks so much patti ann. >> new it is time to step into the spotlight. welcome back. good to see you this morning. >> good to be back. >> let's talk about american idol. a lot of people stayed up watching us. it was lady's night. what happened? >> american idol meets the hunger games in sudden death round 2. five ladies picked 5 were eliminated. one of the standouts for me was zo zonette johnson who sang circle of life. who were the lucky ladies candice glover, aubrey cleveland briana steer and jenna johnson we mentioned and janel arthur. >> we have highlights. let's take a look. ♪
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♪ ♪ >> is there even a comparison? she is good. >> she has a story. she fled war torn liberia for the united states. >> tonight on fox at 8:00 p.m. >> strong men in the contest, too. >> she cracks me up she is like you were good but you are out of here. you are cut. the others mariah carey is like i am so sorry you have a career. >> america's sweetheart we are pulling for jennifer aniston.
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hair the wedding is progressing here. >> it is day-to-day apparently. she is filming a movie in connecticut that lasts until march 8th. jennifer aniston set the date at some point march will be a small wedding and she is narrowing down the choice when is it comes to the ring and the dress. >> like her band. >> are we going to call them justifer or jeniston. >> she is going to keep her name to aniston professionally. but change it to thoroux. >> your segment of the week is stocks life. now we are going to focus on where is the stocks this week and where is it going a little. what was your highlight? >> the fox light is still shining on the golden fella oscar.
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it was a big year for the oscars as they brought in 40.3 million. that's the record which is 57 million. they had 31 nominations and took home the most trophies at 4. >> i love watching the coverage. octavia said she was so cute she was wearing a dress like cinderella because she had cinderella year. >> i asked if she came down from the high winning last year. >> what did she say? >> last year was a big wyear fo you did you come down from your huge win? >> i don't think it's possible to come down from the biggest accolade of one's career. >> she is so cute. >> what's dimming this week? >> we focused on the best movie the best dressed and the best actor and now the best diva. it goes to barbra streisand. she spent millions of dollars on skin care and a make-over for the award ceremony.
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designer donna karan designed 5 custom dresses for the occasion spending over 100,000 dollars and seth mcfarland labeled her goldilocks because she claimed about the water being too hot or too cold. >> she earned the right. earned the right. memories all of these great songs she has given us. >> i will show you a diva during the commercial break. we will be right back. : [ manager 1 ] out here in the winds,
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